During a video conversation, Queen Elizabeth II wears a brooch that was worn by Victoria in the 1800s.
QUEEN ELIZABETH II wore a piece of jewelry that belonged to her foremother, Queen Victoria.
Her Majesty held a video conversation with young leaders who are supported by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust on Friday (QCT). She told them about the critical work they undertake to support people in their communities.
The Queen wore a flowery print light blue dress with three Victoria Bow Brooches for the occasion.
The treasure, which dates from the late 1800s, was once possessed by Queen Victoria.
The Queen appeared to be in excellent humor throughout the call, even cracking a joke with Jubilant Cutting, the head of the Guyana Animation Network (GAN).
The nonprofit assists persons in the Caribbean in gaining digital media and animation experience.
“The future of digital technology and creativity is already here, it’s no longer futuristic, it’s today,” Ms Cutting added, describing the work of her organization.
“We also recognize that young people in some parts of the Commonwealth, particularly in the Caribbean, continue to lack access to excellent education, resources, and role models.
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